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BANCROFT TOTS f . GIVE CIRCUS FOR CIGARETTE FUND Bancroft—Barbara Berens, Virginia Bradley, DeldreS Black, Jo Ann i Kennedy, Mary Jo and Nancy Weber, Phyllis and Series Elsbecker presented a circus in the Berens garage last Thursday nf- ternoon. Proceeds will go to the cigarette fund for soldiers. Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Miller have a riew son born Saturday morning at the Stauder home. Joseph Vaske took his son, Ambrose, to St. Mary's hospital in Rochester, Minn., Monday. Mrs. Marian Caldwell and Judy are spending two weeks at Kansis City, Mo., visiting relatives. Elizabeth Cogley, R. N., of Waterloo, was a week-end guest at the parental, Joe Cogley home. Lieut. Marguerite Saunders, of Fort Des Moines, spent the week end visiting at the C. M. Baker home. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Fuchs attended a hardware convention n' Minneapolis. They returned home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. F. X. Wilhelnii and daughters were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Lampe and family. Sgt. Erwin Rahe spent Tuesday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hahe and family. Erwin is stationed at Sioux City. Mrs. M. A. McDavitt, who has "been confined to her bed the past week, was taken Sunday to the hospital at New Hampton. Pvt. Gearge Anderson left on Monday for Fort Sill, Oklahoma, after spending his five days furlough at the Chris Anderson home. Marilyn Mulligan, Jo Ann Kennedy and Marilyn Schalter underwent tonsilectomies at the Kos- suth hospital in Algona; Tuesday morning. Alice Mary Inman, Beverly Dlts- worth and Helen Mescher returned Sunday from Clear Lake where they had attended' a 4-H camp Staff Sgt. and Mrs. Ralph Menke are 1 , the parents of a girl, Barbara Jean, born on Thursday at a hospital in Minneapolis. Sgt. Menke is stationed in Pennsylvania, i ; Mr. and Mrs. Orlanct Ditsworth and Barbara and Mrs. N.ettie Peterson ,of; Fort Dodge came last Wednesday for a visit at the Alfred Ditcworth hom.e. ; Mrs. Peterson went to Swea : City: Saturday to visit friends. ; ,. .. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Menke, Mr. and Mrs. Leander Menke and son, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Meh'ke and Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Menke spent last Monday at Cold Springs, Minn., where they attended the funeral of Clem Menke. .Clem was a brother of J. F. and H. G. Menke. and Martin, visited one day nt the home of. Mr; and Mrs. .Virgil Zweifel at Dolliver, Several ladies helped clean and paper the Immanuel Lutheran parsonage Thursday. Rev. Otto of Galva has accepted the call here and will be installed on August 29 at 2 p, m. A reception will be held after the services. A grocery shower will, also • he given followed by a pot luck dinner. Mr. and Mrs. .Walter Ohm and Kathryri of Waterloo, came Sun- day lor a visit at the home o Mrs. Ohm's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kressih,, They were accompanied from Mason City by Mr. and Mrs. Mons Olson, o: San Diego, Calif., who will spent a few weeks and also visiting a the Kressin home. Mrs. Oldon is the: former Mathilda Kressin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alberl Kre'ssin. The Ohms are spending a Week's vacation here from th< Rath Packing Company planl where they are* employed. Lotts Creek News Mrs. Herbert Potratz returned home Tuesday following an illness of several days at the Richard Potratz home in Whittemore. Everett Mittag, stationed in a marine school in South Carolina, spent a few days at the home of lis parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Mittag, the past week. Mrs. Paul Schmidt of Michigan, North, Dakota, returned to her home a week ago Sunday. Mis. Schmidt had been called here by the death of her mother, Mis. Jahonna Boettcher. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boettcher took her as far as Jackson, Minn., where she continued on by train. Mrs. Martha Schmidt and her daughter, Eleanore, of Michigan, North Dakota, who had been visiting relatives and friends here, left for their home. They also, with Mr. and Mrs. Will Schmidt CLASSIFIED BATES Minimum charge 25c for 13 ivords or less. 'When paid with order, 2c per word; when charged, 3c per word. NV> ag- ents' commission allowed. If advertising agents charge their clients 3c and send cash with order they receive Ic pel word commission. For Sale FOR SALE—1200 bushels stee bin with plank floor, John J Arend, secretary, Corwith. Phone St. Benedict. 32 UP POINT FREE SUGGESTIONS J Ann Page Fancy Semolina SPAGHETTI or Macaroni 3 1b. Pkg. As Featured August 30c m "Woman's Day" SUNNYFIELD ENRICHED FLOUR 50 Ib. bag : SUNNYFIELD CAKE FLOUR, Featured in August "Woman's Day", 2-% Ib. pkg FRESH EGGS, from nearby farms, per dozen carton BLUE KOSE RICE, Ricket Brand 2 Ib. pkg QUAKER OATS, Quick or Regular, 3 Ib. pkg N. B. C. "RITZ" CRACKERS Ib. pkg MARVEL ENRICHED BREAD, white sliced 24 oz. loaf SUNNYFIELD RICE GEMS 5% oz. pkg SULTANA SALAD DRESSING qt. jar HEINZ WHITE VINEGAR qt. bottle -. M. C. P. FRUIT PECTIN, for making jams and jellies, 3 oz. pkg BALL MASON FRUIT JARS, doz. pints 59c doz. qts LAST CALL! SUGAR — Stamp No. 13 Expires Au.g 15, 5 Ib. bag , ANN PAGE SALAD DRESSING 8 oz. jar DERBY STEAK SAUCE 8 oz. jar SULTANA PREPARED MUSTARD 1 Ib. jar ANN PAGE STUFFED OLIVES 6% oz. jar ANN PAGE PEANUT BUTTER 2 Ibs. for :.... 2.06 20c 38c 23c 22c SCOTT COUNTY SAUER KRAUT 2 qt. jars Get your copy of the August "Woman's Day" only 2c lie lOc 33c I8c lOc 69c 33c I3c ITc He 45s 59c 25c NOW YOU CAN DRINK ALL THE COFFEE YOU WANT America's Favorite 8 O'CLOCK, 2 Ibs ..... Rich and Full Bodied — RED CIRCLE A 2 Ibs ........................... 1 * Vigorous and Winey BOKAR C 2 Ibs .................. V Enjoy Finer Fresher A&P Coffee M I _ i tlC USE MORE FRESH FOODS Vitamin Full and Point Free Cobbler POTATOES Kfl*« 15 Ib. pk 3UC LEMONS e I Size 252, doz « I C California ORANGES Size 176, doz Save Scrap Metal, Rubber, Fats 49c BLUE STAMPS R-S-T- NOW EFFECTIVE ANN PAGE BEANS with pork, 1 Ib. can BABY FOODS, GERBER'S STRAINED, 4% oz. can A&P PINEAPPLE JUICE Nol- 2 can IONA TOMATOES No. 2 can GLENN VALLEY PEAS No. 2 can SCOTT COUNTY RED KIDNEY BEANS 17 oz. jar DEL MONTE TOMATO SAUCE 8 oz. can CAMPBELL'S TOMATO JUICE 47 oz. can RED STAMPS T-U-V NOW EFFECTIVE OLD FASHIONED BRICK CHEESE pound DEXO, 100% Pure Hydrogenated Vegetable Shortening, Ifa. carton EVAPORATED MILK, White House, 3 tall cans POINT COST 12Pts. each IPt. each 10 Pts. each 18 Pts. each 18 Pts. each 12 Pts. each 3 Pts. each 4 Pts. each POINT COST IPt. each 5 Pts. each 4 Pts, each A&P FOOD STORES I Ml C^t A} Aft AN I t FOR SALE—Puppies and good cattle dog. A. M. VanSteenberg Burt, Route 2. 32-33 FOR SALE!—New cream separators and electric motors. Two good used cream separators. Algona Maytag Store. FOR SALE—1942 Model F, 4% ft Case combine on rubber, with attachments. Roller bearing low wheeled, all steel wagon. Implement Co., E. State. Algona 32 FOR SALE—Sow and 7 Hampshire pigs. John Lallier, 2 miles south of Sexton. Phone 32-F13 Algona. . 32* FOR SALE—24 Purebred yearling Hereford bulls. Domino breeding, $125 to $150. Our price is very low for this quality bulls. C. M. Haas, Rodman, Iowa 31-32 FOR SALE—Am offering for sale some choice - purebred Hampshire sows and gilts for fall far- row. Thomas R. Graham, Livermore, Iowa. 32* FOR SALE—Pullet chicks 10 to 12 weeks old, in the following breeds, White Leghorn, White and Barred Rocks, White Giants, Black Australorps and White Wyan- dottes. Priced right. Phone, write or come in and see us. SWEA CITY HATCHERY, Swea City, Iowa. Phone 35. 29-34 For Rent FOR RENT — Farm house and yard. Clem Cunningham, 2'.4 miles northeast of Irvington. 32* FOR RENT—Three room office suite in Haggard & Peterson building. Available Sept. 1. Now occupied by Kossuth Credit Bureau. 32tf NEED MONEY to buy a farm? Let us tell you about the Aetna Life Insurance Company's new farm loan plan, low rate, 26-year repayment plan, a reserve feature, no deductions. Hutchison & Hough. Security State Bank Bldg. 24-33* Exchange Dept. Basement Good Used Furniture Dining room—Living room suites Breakfast sets, Buffets, Radios and Washers. Bjustrom's Furniture 1-tf After a year he and his moved to Wisconsin where SEE ME FOR Real Bargains in farms, loans, drainage surveying and estimates on tile..— Phil J. Kohlhaas, phone 22, Algona. 1-tf KEEP YOUR Service Man supplied with stationery.'Send him a box with his branch insignia embossed on each sheet. Box contains 50 sheets and 50 envelopes. $1.10 a box. Army, Navy, Army and Navy Air Forces, Coast Guard and Marine insignias. The Algona Upper Des Moines. 19-tf RUBBER STAMP PADS and ink, black, blue, green, 40c each at the Algona Upper Des Moines Office. 11-tf FOR SALE—Book of 500 receipts and duplicates, 4 to a page, $2.50 Algona Upper Des Moines. Stf IF YOU NEED rubber stamps for any purpose, you can order them at The Algona Upper Des Moines 50c and up. 13-U ADDING MACHINE Rolls for sale at the Algona Upper Des Moines office. Regular size, 15c each, 2 for 25c. Large size, 20c each, for 35c. 34-ti DESK BLOTTERS, Assorted colors—dark green, chocolate, red, sink, blue and peach for sale at :he Upper Des Moines office, l each, 2 for 25c. 3-Vf ROOMS FOR RENT—West State Street, second house west of Ice Cream Cottage. Daisy Cook. 39-32* Wanted WANTED — Waitress. Zumach's Cafe, Fenton. Phone 101. 32* WANTED—Girl for general house work by the first of September. Phone 626-W or see Mrs. R. B. Waller. 32-tf WANTED—Two boys to mow lawn at the Kossuth Hospital. 32 WANTED—To buy a used car. A. W. Behrends, 301 E. Kennedy. 32* WANTED — Cheap horses and mules. Wm. Durant, Algona. 32-33* WANTED—Folding type baby carriage. Mrs. Merlyn J. Webb. Algona, care Walter Johnson. 32* HOME LOANS TO BUY, REPAIR OR REFINANCE. NEW LOW INTEREST RATE AND TERMS—WHY PAY MORE. Algona Federal Savings & Loan, Algona, Iowa. Buy Bonds Here. 18tf GET YOUR typewriter and adding machine ribbons at the Algona Upper Des Moines. 4-tf FOR DURABILITY—For Impressiveness—Use Better Paper. Tho best papers are made from rags. Try New Era Bond, 20 Ib. substance, for a really fine paper. $2.70 for 500 sheets. The Algona Upper Des Moines. ' 9-tf WEDDING DANCE — Charlie Frideres-Schaller, on Monday evening, August 16, at the West Bend Legion Hall. Friends and relatives are invited. 32* WM. RUSCH, LONG TIME LOTTS CREEK RESIDENT, PASSES Wm. RUsch, Sr., long time resident of the Lotts Creek neighborhood, died July 28. His death was brought about by the infirmities of old age aggravated by other ills. He was 86 years and seven months old. For about three years he had been making his home with his daughter, Mrs Martin Meyer,in. Lotts Creek. Mr. Rusch was boMi Decembei 28, 1856, the son Of Carl and Maria Kresensky Rusch, who then resided in WatertoWn, iWis.. He was baptized the following, year and confirmed in 1871 in Water;own. : In the year 1877 he moved to :owa and on December 28 of the same year was united in marriage With Helena Markgraf by the Rev. C. Maahs, of Lotts CreeK. wife they remained for three years before returning to Iowa. They then settled on a farm in Lotts Creek and lived in that vicinity for 36 ears when they moved to Whitemore which was their home for 2 years. Mrs. Rusch preceded her hus- >and in death about four years. The first year after her passing. Mr. Rusch lived with his daughter, Mrs. H. R. Zumach, in Whittemore, but has since lived with Mrs. Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Rusch were parents of twelve children, four sons and eight daughters. The sons are Arthur, of Lotts ,Creek; William and Ewald, of Whittemore, and Herbert, who died in infancy. The daughters are as follows: Anna, Mrs. Wm. Meyer, who preceded her father in death; Amanda. Mrs. H. R. Zumach, Whittemore; Adela, Mrs. Martin Meyer, Alma; Mrs. Otto Ruhnke; Alvina, Mrs. Nick Gengler, all of Lotts Creek; Arela, Mrs. Wm. Leininger, of near Whittemore; Irma, Mrs. Fred Kortgast, of Racine, Wis.; Renate Mrs. Oliver Lenz, of Galva, 111. A brother, Carl Rusch, and n sister, both of Watertown, Wis. survive, as well as 41 grandchildren, 22 great grandchildren and many other relatives and friends Interment was made in the Lotts Creek cemetery with the following grandsons acting as pallbearers: Alvin Ruhnke, Noi> bert Zumach, Wendell Rusch, Wilbert Ruhnke, Kenneth Rusch and Rodell Rusch. dearie Muiilef 10 .Spending leave, frdm,,the\ttes .MolrfeS He chJttfng station 1 at the home of hi parents and bthe* relatives a« friends here. ' . Mrs. Joe Stattleman and Mrs Joe Schallet returned, home Sal urday from Rochester, • Minn, where both had recently submitted Jo operations. Banris of marriage were published Sunday for the first time in St. Joseph's church by Rev Father Theobold for Nicholas Weydert and Caroline Faber, o West Send. Sister M. Bbnovita,' Sister 1 M Benvenuta and Sister. M. Deotilla returned to DubUque Saturday after a week's visit with thelf mo.ther, Mrs. Susan Berte, and other relatives in this vicinity. Joe Kupper, of Lihdsey, Texas, and son Corp. Raymond Kupper. of Camp Rucker, Alabama, spenl from Friday till Tuesday at the Adolph FUhrmahn home. Mrs. Fuhrmanri ,is a daughter of Mr. Kupper. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Illg accompanied by Mrs. Fred Illg, Mrs. George Wagner, Mrs. Alfred Reding and Mrs. Harold Reding spent Sunday in Rochester'Minn., with Fred Illg. Mrs. Jllg remained with him. Mr. and Mrs'. John Thul re- eived a letter Monday, Aug. 9th, rom their son, Pfc.-Richard Thul. hat he had crossed the equator nd was somewhere in the South 'acific. He is in the ground a:r orps and the letter was written "uly 30th. William Hammer, Mrs. Andrew, Holtzbauer and John Hammer eft Friday afternoon for LeSueur, VTinn., to attend the funeral of their! brother-in-law, Henry Bqlk. The services were Saturday fore- ion at 10 o'clock. Mr. Bolk had een in poor health for a number f years. * ST. JOE NEWS Sister M. Amelia returned to Dubuque Saturday after a week's visit with relatives here. Bob Holtzbauer, of Algona, assisted at the Hammer service station Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Prosper Frideres are the parents of a boy born on August 6th at the Kossuth hospital. They now have two boys and one girl. Card of Thanks I wish to thank all who remembered me while I was in the hospital. Mrs. Joseph Stattelman, Ottosen. 32* Card of Thanks We wish to express our thanks and appreciation to our friends and neighbors for the beautiful floral tributes and many deeds of kindness shown us at the time of our recent bereavement. Mrs. Frank Pompe and Bernice and Mr. and Mrs. Reinard Wetzel and Patty. 32 Livestock Feeders: Have you ever Fed BIG GAIN MI'NERAL STOCK FOOD or BIG GAIN 24% CONCENTRATE? Both of these concentrates are mineralized combinations' of protein exactly balanced and both are packed with vitamins, which are today considered so necessary in efficient and successful livestock feeding. Both .give you the maximum in feeding value. Both are made for all classes of livestock. When you feed BIG GAIN MINERAL STOCK FOOD or BIG GAIN 24% CONCENTRATE you really make big gains and big profits, too. Put them in your feed lot—in self- feeders for hogs and sheep, and feed one-half to one pound per day to feeding and fattening cattle. Be assured of MAXIMUM results and PROFITS with a big saving of time and labor. Ask your dealer" about BIG Gain QUALITY FEEDS. WHITTEMORE PRODUCE Whittemore J. F. LORENZ Wesley ULFER'S STOCKYARDS Algona K. AND H. OIL, COMPANY Algona LEDYARD NEWS Mrs. Leo Reno and daughter, Carole, of Wesley, were business visitors here Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. George Watts and children, of Wells, Minn., were Sunday visitors at the P. C Jor- geftsen home. . • Mrs. Hasiel Jenks, of Ft. Dodge, spent several days here on Busf- ness and visiting with her father, Oliver Marquis. 'Mr. and Mrs". Lawrence Plhgd anoVson Bobby ,,fook Mrs Pingel's mother, Mrs. Ada Randalf,' tb Hue Earth Saturday'where Mrs. landall took .the bus to Mason City after spending a week here /isiting her daughter. ' Mrs. Paul Klemme and, son of VTarshalltown, Beth L.. Drampe, f Baxter, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Olson and children of Mason City islted several days last week at the.. Herman and .Harold Herzog and ;Wffl. G*eeft Mtr£i £). P. '.'MaJton, df Slue Earth wh&iJg tilting Le'dyAM friends a week spent Moriday aiid , Tuesday vlsltiftg the Hubbards at-, Gerled and Mrs. Wm. EVans.iat, Swea City 4n d w ^ return to Ledyard for a couple of inofe days. FOR RENT 400 acres, ^ mile south • and 1% 'miles west of Rutland. A4i buildings. Owners Robinson Bros. & Co. Fort 6od"ge, Iowa V ... "- 32tf PUBLIC AUCTION As I have decided to move to Minnesota I will sell the following at public auction Sale starts at 1 p. m. : at my place 2£ miles northeast of Irvirig- v:ton, 5£ miles southeast of Algona. 6 Milk Cows Swiss cow 8 yrs. old; jersey cow 6 yrs. old, Holstein 4 yrs. old; Guernsey, 5 yrs. old; Swis^s Holstein 3 yrs. old; Whiteface, 6 yrs. old. One calf. 21 Spring Chester White Pigs Three sows, 9 feeder pigs. 300 May chicks 200 Laying Hens 8-piece dining room set Terms: Cash. * C P. Cunningham Colwell Bros., ^Auctioneers W V'" Security State Bank, Clerk WANTED—Reliable girl or woman for general house work during school year. Good pay Write Mrs. Donald F. Weaver, Algona, Iowa. 32* WANTED—Grocery clerk. Man preferred. National Tea Store 32 WANTED — Experienced beauty operator. At once. Twin-Co. Beauty Salon. 32 WANTED—Hatchery flocks of all breeds. Write or phone, SWEA CITY HATCHERY, SWEA CITY, IOWA. Phone 35. 29-34 WANTED — Local and long distance trucking. C. H. Lasting. In care of Walburg's Cafe. Algona. Phone 159. 30-33* HELP WANTED—Male and female to help prepare food products for army, navy and civilian use. Good pay, extra overtime. This work considered essential. Swift & Co. 31-32 WANTED—Lady to cook in cafe. Short hours. Good pay. Prefer one inexperienced in restaurant work. Rosedale Cafe. 31-32. Lost-Pound LOST—Gold bracelet. Has "Anna Heller, March 25, '11" engraved on it. Lost Tuesday evening Aug. 3. Reward. Return to Rosy Baumhover, care Henry Schick, Jr., Rt. 2, Algona. 32 INTRODUCTORY OFFER OF CHARGE Genuine Full Size "FIRE KING" PIE PLATE Guaranteed for 2 years against oven breakage.' with purchase of a sack of GAMBLE'S PREMIUM QUALITY (guaranteed to Qive Perfect Miscellaneous NEW MACHINERY 1 Redwood cooling tank. Farm tractor tires. Troughs, waterers, feeders. Burr feed mill. Disc harrows, spike harrows, spring tooth harows. Buncher for windrower lor mowers. HONEYMEAD FEED Used Machines— 1 20-35 Allis Chalmers tractor. 1 2-wheel trailer. 1 3-14 plow. 1 John Deere corn binder. 1 side rake—and other articles too numerous to mention. BRADLEY BROS. So. Hotel Algona Phone 714 32 | PHONOGRAPH RECORDS—.All the new releases. Needles, albums.—Kossuth Radio & Electric, | Algona, Iowa. 1-tf No more baking failures; Gamble's Enriched Flour milled of properly blended selected wheat assures you of satisfying results in baking bread, cake, rolls, and pastry. Ten ounces of Gamble's Enriched Flour contains not toss than the following proportions of the minimum daily requirements of Vitamin B, (Thiamine) 100% and iron 37% and 3,75 mg of Niacin (arn other B vitamin). Pie Plate Free with every 50 Ib. sack 5 2 31 |IIIUIIIIIIIIII!llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllW j You Should Buy | (Your Fur Coat NOW I S Right now is the time to buy H your new fur coat. You may. HJ take advantage of our "lay-! H away" plan-—paying for your H coat as you go along and then, S{ when you need it, you'll have it si all paid for. Quality is highest H on early furs and prices are as, H low as they will be anytime H during this fur-season. We H have a wonderful selection of |f all sizes, including juniors. ( ~Annis Furs H We liare Jiandled ANNIS furs for over 35 years and have found them to lie honest, reliable, and reasonably priced. When you buy a fur coat yon want a reliable manufacturer PLUS an equally reliable RETAILER, At the CHUISCHILLES STORE you have BOTH. You can't go wrong on an ANJfIS fur coat, You get the maximum of style at the minimum of price. Popular Priced In the popular priced field, we have ^r coats of rich, lustrous mink dyed 00007. These yery = popular fur coats give yon the warmth and appearance of the higher priced ones yet they cost only about $86.00 to $99,^0 (pjus tax). All Bizes, including Juniors, the Moat Be sure to see the mpst beautiM fur wJnd«ws in Utis.p^rt of the st^te. show windows are always ''the iajk of the town" but thjg tJpe our display artist has outdone himself and has really surprised blpsell* When you cope to Algon* »E SURE TO S££ OUR FUW WOiDOW.

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